Chapman University’s Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education has announced its fall series of events, all free and open to the public. Some of the spotlight events this fall will revolve around the issue of looted art and cultural heritage, focusing on the dramatic story of the recovery of the famous Klimt painting “Portrait of Adele
A screening of the acclaimed feature film Woman in Gold will open this year’s fall events hosted by Chapman University’s Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education.
The 2015-2016 school year will mark the second year of Chapman University’s Bike Voucher Program. The deadline to apply is Sept. 30 by 5 p.m.
Amidst inspiring speeches, fireworks and the glowing smart phones of thousands of proud parents, Chapman University’s Class of 2019 was officially welcomed to campus on Tuesday, Aug. 26, at Opening Convocation 2015. Held on Holly and David Wilson Field, the festive evening event was the first gathering of the entire Class of 2019, a cohort
Dean Margaret Grogan, Ph.D., discusses plan to put a woman on the $10 bill
Chapman University expands its career services programs for Panthers, from undergrads to alumni
Today, the comic book stories and graphic novels of our childhoods are getting, well, the hero treatment, rising from thin, cheap colorful pages to now occupy the big screen, video games, conventions and major retailers.
More than 1,450 freshmen and 400 transfer students arrive at Chapman University the week of August 24, 2015
Nearly 900 people laughed, teared up, learned a lot and even meditated a bit at Chapman University’s fourth independently organized TEDx
Thanks to the generosity of Joe and Lina Vieira, parents of Nick Vieira ’17, the flags of Portugal and Azores are now among the flags proudly flown within the Ambassador George L. Argyros ’59 Global Citizens Plaza. Nick’s grandfather, Batista S. Vieira, was chosen to raise the flags at the dedication ceremony. A video of